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Score up to 50% off with Dell’s early Black Friday deals


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Snap up a great range of laptops, PCs, servers and accessories at absolute bargain prices with Dell's early Black Friday sale.

With a huge number of retailers launching early Black Friday sales, now is the time to get in and start shopping. In terms of tech deals, we've already seen eBay, Catch, Bing Lee and Kogan drop some massive offers. If it's specifically PCs and laptops you're after though, you might want to check out the Black Friday deals from Dell.

Boasting its biggest Black Friday sale ever, the computer tech retailer is currently taking up to 50% off plus an extra 5% off selected Latitude laptops and OptiPlex desktops. It's also slashing up to 40% off a huge range of laptops and PCs meaning that you can pick up products like the New Inspiron 14-inch 300 laptop for just $628.99.

The deals don't stop there either, with the site also slinging up to 25% off selected Alienware PCs, 15% off selected XPS 13 2-in-1 laptops, up to 55% off selected PowerEdge servers and up to 60% off selected accessories.

In fact, there are so many great deals available that we've listed some of our top picks below based on how much you'll save.

Top Dell Black Friday 2019 deals

Dell's sale will run until 5 December, meaning that it will also be a part of the Cyber Monday shopping event.

Other computer deals we've seen from this Black Friday so far include reduced prices on selected HP, MacBooks and Microsoft Surface laptops at Kogan and 20% off selected ASUS and Dell laptops at eBay.

If you're after some PC games to go with your new purchases, you can also check out the Black Friday deal from Green Man Gaming which sees popular titles reduced by up to 77%.

To see all the Black Friday deals on now, you can also check out our Black Friday deals hub.

Black Friday is a 24-hour shopping event, which will be held this year on 29 November. The massive sales event is closely followed by Cyber Monday, which falls on 2 December and sees even more bargains offered by a huge number of online stores.

Latest Black Friday 2019 deals and news

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